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Mj' B 5nM%cn?r.
Is Their Best!
The Democracy 1ms Less Tlmn
3,000 Marchers
In their Much Iliimneil Daylight
A Dig Crowd <it Straugcrs Tisil.s
I the City
The ii('|>iil>licaii Kiitliiisiiism for
Anil their Noblt! Candidates Much
Hj Hip I'iiiltit'P of the (>|<[xisi I Inn nllli
Much Work ami Lavish Expense to
J'i|i:al a Kepuhlican Pararitf
on a Wet Mglit.
The Democraey had possession of this
town yesterday. With bettor lurk thuu
their ib publie.il> brethren, they luul a
clear sky, bracing atmosphere and clean
streets. The weather could not have
'been better. The town was well-tilled
with strangers, and the crowds on the
nidewalks along the route of the morning
procession have not been excelled
* this season.
It wus Thurman's day, and the red
bandanna, the emblem of Col. Ilrice's
campaign of ideas, was in the ascendant.
For tho local Democracy it was, if not a red
letter day, at lea>t a red handkerchief
,t,iv Tin. ciiiiiimi lifter column of boom
inn hi their local orjian, the mouth of
labor by huinlrcdH of committeemen, the
lavish expenditure <?f money and the
p/esenee of tho Old Roman conspired to
produce a very fair degree of IJ
thiutfs did not move smoothly according '
to programme, it was rather the fault ??t
delayed trains, an unwieldy programme
and *u day too full of events t*? be well
haudlcd'than of wluit.on theoccurrence
of much less friction on account of a late
train on the occasion of the Republicans'
yet unequaled demonstration of October
ji, was enviously referred to as "uionu*
menial misui:tnagt-uicni.
Hut to criticize the turnout would be
ungenerous. It was the best they could
do, aud they deserve credit for it.
The Democratic candidate for Vice
President. the neirocratic fiove-nor,
r, S. Senators and otticr notables served
aw uttractio.is. There was a general tiesire
to see the man who four years ?go
was "too old and feeble" for a place In
Cleveland's cabi ict, and w i111 four J'cnrs
added to his aire, is now the strength of
the ticket. West Virginia Democrats
always hod a warm place in their liearts
fo" Judge Thurimit). p.nd the old man ,
deserves if. The Kepab'icaos respcct
him .*"r his high charade- ;?nd the un- !
comprising integrity, evidenced by liisj
nervine a* an attorney for the proieeu-1
tion of l?' uioc?atic tally-sheet forgers in |
< )hio. Wherever heappt nred yest< rday
ho was greeted witn enthusiasm, ?>ien
cl-cered and Indies waved tlicir iininlkerchiefs.
While he is somewhat l:itiu*<i
by rheumatism, his health otherwise
seems good ami he is the same rugged,
plain iii.vi of the people us when he
earned In.- title <>i "the < )ld Roman."
Strangers begun to corny into town
early yesterday morsiiiiir. and every train
was crowded till the middle of the forenoon.
All the Pittsburgh and Allegheny
clubs were badly detained, w liich caused
annoying hnt unavoidable delay.
The parade in the forenoon won long.
nn<i was watched with interest by thouisands
of people. Those in line were
enthusiuctic, especially the horsemen,
and those on the (sidewalks generously
unswereo their cheers. lint for the
boomiii'; in advance it would have impressed
everybody as a great demonstration.
The i'ittf-hurirh Hubs, especially j
the fine:iiid ('.minus Kaiidall ( luh.aml the ;
Young .Men's I>emocratio Club and Ban* I
duna Club, of this city, curried oil' the
After the parade disbanded, at nearly ]
3 o'el'n k. the vi.?itors were taken to the
Citp't'd rink, the hotelMund restaurants, |
and ted. At the rink hundreds ate |
lunch in a short time.
"I'll** three ineeiiiij."* |>roruiHeii on miC'upit"!
M|iiari' wee hadly ?l?*layc*'l and
interfered with, and nothing of tl??* j
j miMifthPd programme wan recognizable
hi tin- one aHfieiiibia^c near tli?* Soldier.*' |
i iii'iiitiinent.
' Thy meeting at t! Capitol rink hint'
I evf'iiiij,', and tin* ni^'iit demount ration, |
I w. 'f inureHticcvMiftil than Wiih reaaon-l
| ably to xjiectcd after a day of Htich I
I oxhiuistiny oxerc'wu. On the whole,
with the exception of Home mi*
n?n I net in tli'- afternoon, tinatfair
una creditable to the l>cmooratp.
I hi t contained nothing to ?lidriiiiy the
weak? -t hearted Protectionint.
A Yrry ('rnlllabln Tiirnuiil, St-rn l>? I.r*tn
(( Mil*.
The morning parade wan to have)
moved at 1?? :i0 a. in., hut owinx to delayed
trainH and other drawback*, wan
eon-id'-rahly over an hour late. When
it did move it pawed between Holid linen
of pei'|.)e fr-'in ? lie end of the lille t??
l tie- r. The line of march wiw from
I : 11 I Fourteenth ntreetH, Went
<>n I if!- nth to .Market, north on Market
r . , nth, w -t on Seventh to .Main.
Hoiith "ii Main t'i Fourteenth, eant on
I rt nth to .Market, houIIi on Market
to 'f wei.ti.?th, went on Twentieth to
Main, h ."iM, ..ii M;nn to Twenty-fourth,
i?ant on T'.o ni} i 'lirtli to<'ha|iline,fiouth
on < "l-aplin?- ? ?'I a ' nt\ mviith, eaHt on
Twe.il y-M'Ve'lth t*? bill, MOIltll' lit J'ioll |
t'. Thirtt -ixlh, nn 'Ihirty Hixlh to
Jaeoh, iiurth on .l;ie>ih to Thirty-third,
mi-' on Thirty-third to Kofi, nnrlli on
Ivill t"Tue||t\ - velltll, W' nt Oil TWCII-!
. -' > i th to i f aj.line, north on Chapline
to Twenty . <ri I, a -! on Tw i nty1
>n I i.i \|.irket, iioith on Market to
.1,1," I liiiriimn p-nisiiticl in lino in a
tiirria.- until flu-p'VH'wihKNtJiiitltli?*
s n wjwi fi-ariH'il, w l.ui he t'i'?k a
. , . || ihi ,i. ! Ml itlniiK il"- Him
"mh i,.,n .- .* ( ImtiilAomiOy
. , r fiiM'ty iloeoraU-'l, ami tliin fectiirn wo*
k 1,1,.- 'll I III I!.' I"! I |. 111 it I f I <* f I IJ W I
All I I'llllllIHIMMtH
'1 hi 11it*- wan mii'li* up ! * follown:
Great Western Hand.
Allegheny County Democracy, au/mon, Captain
Carriage* aii'l wat-otu.
Kuntia Club. Captain Kvvltu*. :t5 mcft.
Steubenvllle flub, 1'niton'a llntid ami Drum ;
Corp*, stimuli, T. M. /liver*, ''niituln
Iiamlaria Club, headed by the Hlnek Kagle Drum
Corps, ft men, Captain White.
Twelve cnrrlnKi'* wllh dmlnguiihed gucata.
mel'oni) division.
A. J. Bwcency, Marshal ami Ike assistants.
Itumliill nub, 1'itt.iluirKli, (iiplain William I
Weft. men.
Hor?c* ami carriage*.
Lawrence Club, Captain J. It. Flunerty. -U) men.
Find Wan! club, C. c. Ilium Cuptalti, .'?s nu n.
Star Drum Corp*, Fourth Wanl Club, Caj tain
Iloyd, GO men.
Filth Ward Club. M. 11. llalley Captain, to men.
Sixth Wnnl Club ami Drum Corps Captain
Mcehcu, li"> men.
Drum Corp* ami Seventh Wnnl ?'Iul? William
Amlcr?<>ii t u|>tulii. Mi turn.
Itoat with children.
Rri<li;e|Hirt llaml. it. II. Mitchell, Conductor.
Junior Club, Caplnln Uemer, SI men uml Drum
Martln'a Furry Club ami Drum Corps, J. I'.
Ilri'i>L>. Captain, men.
Burlington Club, II. .\. Delicti, Captain, men.
Junior Club.
Mayer'a Hand.
Til I It I > division,
A. C. Kuerter, Marshal, and live Assistants.
Klghlh Ward Club, Captain Fowley. M uien.
Wes; Union club, J. It. It. strcator, Captain,25
* men.
Itenwood club ami ltaml,.V, men.
Moundsvllle anil Cameron clubs ami llatid,
l-arrleShlnlf. Cuptaln, :iCtnen.
Wagons and carriages.
ronrrii mvision,
J. C. Alderson. Marshal, ami live AsslstiitiU.
Went I.llierty llaml in wnKon. II. 0. I.eosure,
Captain, ai men.
Richland Cavalry, II. ?!. Walker, Captain, lis
vmn division.
Kdwunl ItnhfrlMiii. Muritlmll.nni! five AmIi-IuM*.
Thl* dlvUiuu war coinpoMMl ?'f wwoua,
?-j?rrinK?f ?nil Ihuth*. dccorated. mid
coiitululiiji men, women nml
In the pnrade were bandanas in every
shape, The bandana umbrellas were
favorite articles. The Stenbenvillu club
carried them, the Wheeling llandana
club, one of the most creditable organizations
in line, carried them, the Young
Men's Democratic club, which also
showed up in a shape exceedingly creditable
to the city, carried them, and
one Pittsburgh club was also equipped
with them.
The Cathedral and Seventh ltegiment
bands, of Pittsburgh, and the Wheeling
Opera House band carried oil' the palm |
fur good music. There were fifteen ,
bunds in nil, nil fairly good ones, and ;
neatly uniformed. Uf the twenty-flue
drum" corps the itluck Ragles, of the !
Fourth ward, and the Wellsburg (
boys, deserve special mention. There
certainly was no luck of music.
Notable features of the parado were
the engine from Sweeney & Son's,
mouuted on a wagon; a large yacht filled
with little girls in fanciful costumes; .
o..?i .. ..,.,.1,1 !
Attorney General Caldwell, headed for
Salt Kivcr. There was an apple tree
with apples on the l>ough8, a dray <iret*s?
d up an a Roman chariot, and a wagon
from Kenney ?v Ilium's brewery and
itnother from A. K. Smith's brewery,
while not far from these was carried a
transparency representing a man draw*
ing r from a keg and saying: "The
Republicans offer free whisky; lam for
Harrison." The sarcasm was unintentional.
So was the sarcasm unmeant in such
cheerful allusions as ?
"Grover Cleveland and Civil Service
"Tell the Truth."- G rover Cleveland.
nits rma iiuu nurii i-iihwi ?i
Allegheny carried a banner awarded in <
Pittsburgh for good inarching. The i
Kichland district horsemen carried the '
handsome prize bandanna banner won I
by their turnout in the night demonstra- ?
lion gome weeks ago. The Martin's
Ferry club iiu<l n beautiful cardinal velvet
banner trimmed in blue satin and ,
hearing Cleveland's name in letters of
gold. }
A huge picture of Cleveland marked
"The Man of Destiny," a similar one of
his wife, labeled "Krankie,"and another
i>f Thnrnmu with the inscription, "The
Old Roman," were among the ornaments.
There were a number of live ro isters
in line, and several 'coons, one of the 11
latter being on a standard <?ver the
words, "This 'coon has Hopped." i
"High Tariff does not keep out Pauper <
Labor." I
"Excessive Taxation is Public ISob- i
bery." i
"Protection to all and Plunder to
None." . i
"We don't want the Knrth, but we do ;
want Four more Years." <
"No Main or Il^fisson." i
".lohny O."
"We want no Pauper Labor." I'
A picture ofaChinaman: "Harrison j
votes for tlifn IV*i." i?
These were tin* principal tratiHparcn-j:
riei?, aii'l the others were references t*? j?
Blaine, trusts, monopolies mid the like. j i
<>n tin) sidewalks tin; pietures of (iofT,; '
Harrison anil Atkinson wort* alwut ,
I wire a* numerous ng Hemoeratic had?es. .
Some of the latter were funny. One, :
with pictures of Cleveland anil 'J'hur- j
man. read:
"If the ci>mMlliirr does not pay the
tax, in I iod's natne who does?" ! s
.1IIfit <?. Tlnirmnn. 'j
"Unnecessary taxation is unjust tax- ,
About as ninny pictures of Urover mid ,
Mrs. Cleveland ou tin- same eard were!
worn on tin- and in tin? pro >1
resMion iw pieturen of Cleveland ami >
Thurmuu together.
A great fn kf whs tin; badge:
"ll'JW I.S ;l.KVKI..\XI??" "IIK'HAM.KIOIIT!" j
no.MV l.'iltl) K VII.I.i: WKST. i
of course this was a put-up job, but ;
loin oi lh'tnocrata von* it, until w>im*
Democrat who knew what it meant went ;
around tearing them oil' ami adjuring <
tin* boys, "l or Hod's sake don't wear
that!" i
Mm* man insisted on keeping it ou. ,
ll'-nnid: "Thanh all n'! Aiiv man se#h |
' irovurk ()ii<*) bevelnn' '?h all ri' 'sli all ,
ri* himweHl"
Alter all in said, tin* morning demonhtration
was entirely creditable, and tin* ,
Democracy bail a right to hi' proud of it.
II it had only HtopptMl there! I
Tim lVvltl* <>M Mi%h Itvvlcw* tlx" I'hmIiik
Mayor \V. .s'eabright with his usual '
enterprise erected a reviewing utand on
Main street, below Twenty-Mccond, for
the Oi'rilpiiil* y of Judge Thlirinii?an-l
distinguished visitors to tin- <'itv. Ii
won admirably Hitunted and enabled
tboNeon tbe stand to View tie- parade |
from Twentieth to Twenty-fourth utreeiai
without nny obstruction. Main street
h;el been cleanly swept in anticipation j
I lite |Hirado and there was little of dllHt i
,,r ,|iNroiid<irt to the spectators, who
for two hours awidtmgtbe ruining
.d the procewrion. Siwpetided aero-s tbe
Hir> et near tlieHtand was a ntreiiiiii*r with
i,, |nmrijttion " I runt* ?m.i Monopolies
III..I III!- iW'lMliMium I'iiriy K"
It wim ll!o'clock wlii'ii tin- ('liii-f
M.n-(..ill 11*11 <I liim n-liiiin* roili* up
Ht.in l by lli?* Voiiii?M< ??'h
... mil. < luh, tl'?* wIioIm /orinintf n v?ry
1 pt?-ini^ht, iimrrliinif in?i|?ii
..r-l<T ilo? ii tin' l.roinl Htpm'I (roin I wrn
til th tit I Wi lli) Mi rolul. WI.CII till' Im'II'I
nl tin- *'i?i| niiclM'il Tw.-nly mr
lll'l ht M'I'I Mil 'I' ' ll III* WIIM OlM'lH'll t
'I'm-Iitli tli htn i t, tlir'.iiuli wliM'li tin- car- 1
n i. * ?11111 i11ii>ic Mi I linrmiiii awl 1>'H
(rii'ii'ln iviT"' ilnvi n In |In*ntjiti<l. I" \
Iiiin earring" wi n- ux'Honnior (jmiitluiji
'CI. W. lirmkuiiirr ami lion. IIohh. J.1
Alexander. Judge Thurmun sat in lii*
carriage until the gentlemen with him
hud left it, when he nroso from his seat
painfully, and with the most apparent
difficulty, tottering on hia feet when fie
find trained them, and in hia descent;
from the carriage find to he lifted au al* j
moat inert moss by .Senator Camden and
Mr. Brockunier to the ground, whence
lie was conveyed to the loot of the platform
by Mr. "llruckunier, and through
tiie kind ofllccflof a policeman and one
or two others lie was finally elevated to
the platform and then he sank wearilj*
into a chair placed there for him.
Ten minutea were consumed in adjusting
the Roman to the requirements
of the 0<T<U<IDU, and then tin? banusome
Chief Marshal ami his unhandsome
steed floated before the stand. Judge
Thuriunn stood up ami bowed his
thanks. Out of his breast pocket protruded
oue bandana, >vhile an inch or
two of another one peered from the
bosom of his frock coat. Another one
enveloped his neck and throat, while
still another one catno into requisition
momentiy for use about his welbdeveloped
The Opera House hand, in deference
to the Judge'* an lenient.* and his Vice
Presidential expectations, played Dixie
as it came up to the stand ahead of the
Young Men's Democratic Club, which
caused him to hi go of his support ami
straighten himself for the first time. The
sections of Jeff Davis' face fell asunder
and the lirst yell of the parade rent the
atmosphere, which initiative was taken
by the club and a cheer of genuine terror
greeted him, to which hu deliberately
It was a matter of no little interest to
nbservo the vnrviiiL' ninnies of feel in if
that swept over the fares of the march*
ers as they strode post the stand. Some
of them looked uncoucerucd and indifferent,
others nunc up with a feeling
of awe arid took oil' their hats :ih to a
demigod, others scarcely looked around
at the platform at ail, whilst some
Hopped and gazed until the rude liaud
of the polieemau stationed iu front of 1
the stand touched them and waived
them forward. Democratic deference to
"virtue" is always conspicuous because
of it* inherent scarcity, and iu consequence
all were "long1' in "deference"
yesterday. The cheers and testimonials i
)( regard for the "only resemblance to ,
Jackson" in the party were profuse, and '
for the most part in good taste, and iu
[rout of the stuid the marching was
l*ood. i
The Ihindaun Club, Gapt. Marshall ,
White, executed n very pretty movement
iu front of the stand and with ;
anes "present" gave Judge Thurman a 1
most rousing reception. He felt more
ligldv complimented hy this testimonial
hun by anything he ItiU received while
liere. Another pleasing incident was
lie presentation of a glass cane of ex- t
juisite beauty hv a club from Washing- |
on. I'ennsvlvania. There were few other ;
'futures of interest in tin* pantile, and
onjr before it was over Judgu Thur- .
nan's fatigue wjw such as to make it ]
mjieriitiw that U? should leave the plat- ,
form uml return to hid room.
Amon^tlmse on the stand were Hon.
falm M. Collins Charleston, Dr. A. I.,
stifel, .1. P. Ihillois, C. W. Seuhright,
Lonis Lepper l*itt.-l?ur^rli, August Kolf,
W. Itrockunier, Patrick I.alt-y. 1>. M.
\b-Williams, Con. Korean all of 1'ittsuirvjh,
.loM'pU \V. I'erretl, <?ov. K. W.
Wilson, Senator C..I. Faulkner, II. W.
Waddcil, A. W. Thnrinan, T. I'. Slial;ross,
K'iss J. Alexander. John < I. Moll"nan.
L. F. S'.ifel, lion. Columbus
-Vlion, I'. I.. Ihiteher, William Ueal, Alej?liriiy,
II. M. KiinhII, (lov. F. 1\ Jepion,
J. T. Mrliraw.
FKEDi.NU I 111. Ill AURV.
Iliiiiilri'iin nf YMtor* Tnkfl I.until lit tlio
C'l*|>ll?*l Kink.
As the procession disbanded at the
corner of .Sixteenth and .Market i-trccts
he visiting clubs were taken, sum many
is possible at a time, into the Capitol
rink, where .'long tables had been constructed
ami barrels, hotheads, tubs,
>0X08 ami bnjrs of provisions provided.
I'liere were boiled hams, cheeses, tongue,
roast beef, roast pork and chicken,
verythiiu' that could be eaten cold;
i?resv>i, buns, doughnuts, enk? * mid everything
it could be eaten with; colhre,
fresh, hot and clear, which if it tasted as
well as it studied must have been ex eedinu'lv
comforting. A1 i this had been
irranp-'I the day beiore by au eflicient
ommittee of ladi'-s ready to he handled
most quickie and conveiiientlv, and the j
?.rv..?t Uv.?
nsitors promptly ami satisfaetorily. j
The laltor of diroctinK the fcont was I
livided I't'tMfh-liiim-s Shalloross j
ind Kp-rter.nnd tin*f.?||o\viii^)ia?I |
harp- of tin- (aides, lieinu nssis(ed hvan :
immense eorps ?>f yonni: ladiem *! ?- j
lames Hamilton, White, I'o! lock,Taney,,
llenter, Wilson ami '/aminer.
At Mrs. White's table tin- assistants I
iven* Mi'- M'?"s, Mr*. Henry S. Walker,
Miss N<>ra Simpson. Miss Itoett^'r, Miss
Ma^u'ir Wi'IIh, Mi-? N'oii.i ' 'iimmim>. Mi*s
lt?-nsi?* Kiee, Miiw Kate White ami Mis* I
I'annie Jordan.
Mrs. K^erter's talde Mrs. Ilrtics, Mrs.
-iiMirrnK.-', Mrs, liui'UiHiroi)), .Mr*. A. i.
[(in*. Mrw. .laiiifM L'liarnock. Minn AI in*
tVolfu, MitiS I.iiiic, Mr*. Mains, Minn
riicrrwa Sji-akcran'I Mm. KrH rfclnvi-rtVp-r.
Mrn. A. V. Hamilton*- TnMo Miw?
I'.iiilk-ton, Mitw l.iz/ii- I^'crtt-r. Min#
Kvrlyn lik" ri?T. Mis* Alifiic Vockh-r
iii>V Mi.v l.iz/if V<?t kl> r.
MrnJi.A I!'uti rVral'K' MixnKurU, |
Mihrt lla.llick, Mi- Lam*. Mism Mtttllu vv,
\Iihm Yalui aii'l Mi-- \>Vliv.
Mrs. I*.illu.-k'n l alilc - Alimrs KotilU'dy
mil .Mi.v? Wliitliikcr.
Mr-. Thih'v'h Talil?' Mian Carrol, Miaa<
Mr iiM'illl an l Ml)<* <"tiller. j
Mr*. .1. l>aJiin.\. n'w TaM.- Mi^Trimn
mni'i.r mi? o l'.ru-ii nii<l Mimm Marv
i ruher.
It wan an nuiinntcl weiii' tlintgrcotoil i'
lliu from one tin1 cntrnnivH at I! '
iVIoi'k. Tin* vnri*rnl"rr<! uniform*, tin*
iianm-rx >iii*l traiiHj?:tr*'ii?*ifHt tin- jfiiily I'
Iri-HHcl lii.lit s Hitting hillo-nunl thither, |
iiui'h- up nil nsiMiihli' vMom i;nnll? !. '
Tin- < lull iiicinhiTH worn !? ? (tiickly 11
mul comfortably. Thin featuri- was very I'
nii'rly cuniliirtcd throughout, Mini tliei)
th(iiiu'litfnliii'HH of tin* ladies deserves 1
I'tniilaiion by ladies <in both hiileH mi fu-;'
tun- similar big invasion*.
Tin- outside pic ?< ro fed at the'
various restaurants nx last as j?I'
Thi! restaurants vvcro all overrun all day. 11
Tlii' hotels, ton, had all they could do.
\t tin- Mcl.nri! Ilouse tin1 U.imlall < InI>,':
.1 Pittsburgh, were fed by special arrangement.
Thi* iiitimh'-i.i were delighted
with Ihi'ir tri'iituii'tit.
It was considerable of a joh to clear '
tin- rink lor hint night's meeting, but it 1
wan successfully iHroinplished.
I'iiiiii> lliii'ticl I'fi'i'iiili"! I!? "Ill Kiiinun'? 1
The meeting in tin! Capitol rink la.il
night wan in the ?? ovation to >
Judge Thurman, Tin- interior whs;
<-r<iu !< -I Im iln li??l?!ii>K rn|??? ity nil lnAir
i font in - nrrivnl and wlion l?o Ii?I comw
jMMipIr w i." fairly nliin?liii|C U|?oi? nii'h
other. I' \iim ii inixwl crowd iillrmU'il
through ii. .tivonnf ^'iirionily hii?I ?? hmuii
an lit- I: in.111, tin- Hiitifl Im.x iiimI Ihr
I lllll'tilII I li.l'l I>1*1*II III.H|MTtr?l il Ih-JJIIH to
1I1-1 ''i.lciit** I Mini |?i ?lininlrfti?l?'.
i in Hi. HUitfo w I'rof. W. K. I'undlo*
ton. I'i .1 \\ W. 1.1., i ..I. Kohvrt While.
Mayor ahnulil, TIimiimh 'I
I' Mull!' |H??, I ii**i|j?f il "ik, \.l'. Ik'1'!
In. .1 11 Tiiui'j, M. Iti' IIv. IV-Iit I'flu).
lain, M'li^mi .Mi l'mIIiii Ii, < '^pi. KoIutI
\1i I .I'I'iW IH'V, S.lllllll l r.i'lllUHii, I'llIh j
| (.' inltwml im FwrlU J'd'Ji ]
Mr. Cleveland Rebukes His
Burchard Too Late.
In oix'ilicnoo lotlio DimiiuimIh of the
Krpubllcaii Prc?H?Ilut "Hip Cat
Ik Out of (lie Hay." and tliat
Fact ItriuaiiiM the Same.
The Administration could not lmve
done leas than to sever diplomatic
rclutionu with the British Minuter and
I invite him to h'ave the country. In
til It i in' tli in iiclSnli tlii> l'ri>Miili-lit ilisSClltH
from the lusstiranct* of hin party friends
that the whole affair is "of no consequence."
Mr. Bayard takes the very
ground taken by the Republican press.
The notice thus served on the British
.Minister takes nothing from the facts as
stated in his letter advising his correspondent
to vote for Mr. Cleveland. It
is Irui! now as it was before Lord Sackville-West
blundered, that Mr. Cleveland's
Administration is favorable to
liritish interests and that Great Dritain
desires Mr. Cleveland's re-election. It
is the flat avowal of this desire that,
concerns the American people.
THE A 1)311X 1ST If ATI OX "S ACT10X.
Mr. ITnyiird'H Krport of III* Inv<-?tlg:ttli>n ??f
I In* llrltinli .Minister'* C'oiiilurt.
Washington, 1). C., Oct. 30.?Hv direction
of the President, the Secretary
of Stale to-day informed Lord Sarkville
that for cau?e? heretofore made known
to ller Majesty's Government, his continuance
in his present official position
in the United States is no longer acceptuhle
to this Government and would consequently
ho detrimental ?to the relations
between the two countries.
The grounds of this action on the part
of the United Suites are stated in a report
of the Secretary of State to the
['resident, dated the 2tUh inst., which
is as follows:
Depautmkst ok Statk, )
Washington, I>. C'., Oct. 2W, 18S8. <
TotUc I'midcnt:
The undcrhigned has the honor to
mhmit for your consideration the following
statement with a view to receiv.nir
your direction ther-on.
On the 4th of September last a letter
importing to be written by one Charles
I-'. .Murchison, dated at I'ornona, I'aln.,
ivjw sent from tliat place to the l>ritisl*
Minister at this capitol in which the
writer solicited an expression of his
news in regard to certain unsettled
liplomaticquestionsbt tiveeii the United
'tak'W and Ctreat IJritain, stating
it tiie name time such an expression wan
ought by him for the purpose of deterninating
bis vote at the approaching
['residential election. He stated that he
ivas a naturalized citizen of tii?? United :
States, uf Knclish birth, but that lie still'
.'onsidered Knglatid the mother country, I
ind this fact led him to seek advice from
he llritish representative in this cotin-1
rv. Ho further stated that the inform-1
it'iou tie sought was not for himself)
done, but 'to enable him to give certain ,
ufiinilii'iiu to mull V (itln-p li.irkiinii in tln> i
mine sit nation as himself for tin- purpose
if influencing anil determining their
political Action ax citizens of the I'nited
JUitcs of Knulish birth. hut who still re- i
arded their original obligations of aliinice
ns pn-nmount. The letter also conmined
yrosa reflections upon the conduct
if this ( overniuent in respect toipics-i
ions now in controversy, ami unsettled
?ft Ween the I'nited Mates and (ircat !
Ihitain, and both directly ami imlircctly
inputed insincerity in such conduct.
To this letter the British Minister at i
liici1 replied from Beverly, Mass,, und'-r J
lateof the lilth of September last. In
his reply he stated that "any political;
arty which openly favors the mother ,
ouiitry at the present moment would j.
ose popularity, and that the party in !
?ower is fully aware of that fact;" and
hat in respect to the "questions with
'anada which have been unfortunately
( opened sine' the rejection of thellsh ry
treaty by the ltcpuhlicau majority :
n'the Senate and by the I'reai'leiits;
nessairo to which vou alluile, allow- .
iiici'H must therefore lit' ina?I?* f"r
In* political situation im n-jrarjls ,
he rri'siilviitial election." The .Minis-,,
. r thus gave his assent ami sanction to;
lie aspersions an<l imputation* above;
rf. rrr'l to. Thus, under his oorn^-1
undent's assurance of secrecy, iu
*hieh till' Mii?i?t?,P ?'oiii'Urr?'i| hv mark- j
ill* his answer "Private," In- undertook
??mlviso a citizen ?>f t!? I'nited States |
iow tn exercise tin* franchise of asullra^i'
u an election close at liuinl for the I'rrs<Ifiii-v
aiul Vice Presidency of tin*
I'mtr'il States; ami through him, as tin*
I'tt'T suggested, lo IlltlUeUCC tin* VOtCS I
f many others. Upon tins currcs- j
loiidcnee being made public the
Minister received tin? reprcscntaivi-.s
nf the public press, and [
a fr<''|iii'Ut interview* with I hem, in- j
iiilot fur publication, added to tin1'
mpiignincnts, whirii In* lin<i already j
nadc ?tf tin* n?miiI faith i?f this (invent-!
in-lit in its public action anil interna-1
final dealings. A It In nt^rii atuple time
iinl i?p|Mirtnnity have Im-i-ii aflhrdcd him '
or the disavowal, modification, nr car- t
rectimi "I his Matementu, tn sonio of
ivliicli his ntteiition was called, periitnallv
hv the undcrHigned, yet no such
lisavu'wal or nioditication lias been made
iv hint through the channel* in which
lis utaternent lirst found publicity.
The ipieMtimi is thus presented
ivhether it is compatible with the. dignity,
security and indepemlcut sovcr intv
of the I'nited States tn permit the
representatives of a foreign iinveriiiiietit
n this country not only ( receive and
tuswer without disapproval, and coiilirm
iy his repetition aspersions upnii its po. i
itieal actum, lull also to interfere in its
bmieMtic atluirs by advising persons, ( <r- j
inerlv his countrymen, as tn their po-j
lit ical course as citizens of the Tinted'
Am between this country and (ireat
f'.ritain, there ran be no enntmversy as I
U> tint couiplotu Hevoraneo ! the ties of I
original allegiance bv natiirali/.atinn.
disputes on thin point were t'matly put
as rest bv the treaty of uaturali/:itinn j
mix-hided by the twn muntricM oil the
tilth of May, 1*70. Therefore, it will
lint becoiltendeil, tior was sm h rnlitell-J
tmii ever admitted by the I'nited siates, j
that citizens of the I'nited States nf I hitish
origin are subject t.. any i lann nf the.
country of their original allegiauet*. I
The uinleinigtied a Nn hat, the hotinr j
to call iittoution In tin- nmvIhIoiih "f
Sect inn *1.nf the Iteviseil MnllltCH
nf the fluted States by Which M'Verr
penallicH are visited upnn the i iti.< n uf,
the I liiteil states who, without the ail
thoritv or permission nf this gnver n incut,
"comtueueeMof came*ou any viib.durj
written cnticHpotulenrr nr Hirnc
wiUi any lMrni?n K"\?'niiii'ut or liny "I
||??t or iitfriit llirr?'i?f, itlicr witli in int?*ul
to ililliii'iin1 tin- ml ion of Piirli vnv riuiH'iil,
or itMiij{? iilM, in n>lit(i<<m to ??y
ilinpilti'M or miitrnviThirH Willi I lit*
I nitri| Stati n, in w 1111 mi inti'iit In ilrfiMit
ihc UU'UWUU'N I|( tll? K'lUTUmfUt ttl lht?
I'iiiNmI Stnli-H."
TIlOMl |M'li?ltli:W mr tiimlc I*i|tltllly 1I|>
plicablu to every ( itiReit of tin- l iuteil
States, not duly authorized, who "counsels,
advises or assists in any such correspondence,"
with similar unlawful
The undersigned respectfully advises
1 that the attention of the Attorney General
of the United State* be directed to
these enactments, in order that an investigation
may be made with a view to
ascertain whether they have not been
1 violated in the present case by the correspondent
of the British ministry. By
, your direction the attention of the British
government has in a spirit of comity
been called to the conduct of its minister
as above described, but without
result. It therefore becomes
necessary for this Government to consider
whether, as the guardian of its own
self res|>ect and of the integrity of its
institutions, it will permit further intercourse
to be held through the present
i.rnisii .iimiHUj- in wns cupnai. u is 10
bo observed Hint prtceaents are not
wanting it* to the question under consideration.
It is u settled rule is e ri 1
to the maintenance of international
intercourse that a diplomatic lepresentative
inust bo prrtona grata to the Governinent
to which he it* accredited. If, by
hid conduct, he renders himself vtrtun'a
Hon grata an announcement of the fact
may be made to bin government. In
tho present case all the requirements of
county have been fulfilled, the facts
having l?een duly communicated to Her
.Majesty's Government with an expression
of" the opinion of this Government I
in regard thereto.
Respectfully submitted,
'f. F. Bayard.
II?* In Given n Criiinl Ovnilnn mi III* Arrival
to I'urtlelpatr In lliu .Joint Delmte.
Serial Piq.jtcU io tUt In'tlHvcnrer.
[ pAHKEnfltit'Ko, W. Va., Oct 30.?The
last joint debate between General Golf
and Congressman Wilson will occur here
to-morrow afternoon. Both of the speakere
are here. Gen. GofTarrived to-night
from down the river, and was given a
tt?U-U ??? ?< tu
depot liy tin; (iotr Guards and three
clubs, including n delegation of colorcd
citizens, and two bands. He was driven
through the principal streets in a four
hom> carriage, followed by tho muliitildes.
Afterwards he spoke briefly to
about f?,000 people in front of the Commercial
Hotel. He bus not received
such a public demonstration any place
else in the State.
(tloir lit I lav rim wood.
Sprcinl DUpnteh to ihr InUUigtnttr.
Kavknswood, W. Va., Oct. 150.?Gen.
(5oir spoke to-day to an audience of
1,500 to '.',000 people at Jackson C. II.
ft was a magnificent audience and the
General gave the ncople one of those
able speeches which he bus been giving
to the people in every county of our
grand Mountain State*. He was greeted
with great applause by the mountaineers
and bit* talk will have excellent 1
eflect throughout the county.
Put .lurkson down f.?r a majority of
for Harrison, GofF and Charlie
Iv 11 It'll at ii Meettni;.
Social Ditjatch to the InUllijjtnetr.
Uavi:.\s\voo?, W. Va.,OcL 30.?Wulk
Aivln r, aged t wenty yeai?, waa killed nt
a religion* meeting ??n Tram Fork in
this county on .Monday night by t?tal>s i
inflicted upon hi* person l?y onut*Tolin
Brown. The difficulty resulted from ;
talk about Areher'u sister. ' j
ax iNTi:i;\.\r'uiXAr. urismiE.
Tln? Sfliitir* uf mi Ann-run ii SU'iimnr lit SI.
Miirr, CaII* for Action.
Nbw Yohk, Oct. 30.?The seizure of |
the American steamer Hnytian Kepub- i
licbas become an international episode,
n? will be seen by the following letter
from .Secretary of State Itavard:
i >iCI?A ktmkxt ok static, \
^ Washington, October i
.'/ /.'irf .im/ .1 Hi/In, .Vrir l'urt' O/j/.*
Gusts: I have to acknowledge the re- i
reipt of your letter of tho 27th inst. in
w hieh you inform the deportment of ;
llif S'-izure of the American steamship
ilnyiinu Republic at St. Marc, and reipiest
that, in view of the serious state
hi all'air* in i I ay t i at tlie present time
:md of the jeopardy in which tho lives
itud nropci Iy of Americans are now 1
placed, a man-of-war he sent thither t
Immediately. H'lie Department luis rereived
information of similar purport
from the I'niti'd States Minister at PortAii-Prinee,
and a renly has instructed
him to prot.-ft instantly against theac- .
lion of thv Haytian authorities and ha*
informed him that a man-of-war will be
ordered to proceed to llavtian waters us |
soon us possible.
I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant,
T. K. Uayahp.
IVIImi"' (irrnt i'tiins* 1
Ni:w Youk, Oct.:?().?At the meeting
to-day of the Board of Intimate and Ap- .
jmrtionincnt. IMstrirt Attorney renown ;
st:il? <1 that within two .wars past his oftiff
and the police authorities had established
a secret service system for the i
|tiir|io.M> of piardint: the 'omwnientH of '
law and order all over the civilized worhl.
Anarchist* and Socialists are among
those who arc hcing watflied. He also i
said that Koiiif of the hoodlcre under hail ;
would beyond <|ticsti<>n he tried for
bribery during tin* coming year. <
I'ci liui'il Hit- 11 > 111 > r.
<r I...MU 4 l.-r -til Willi...,1 It Itlf.L a>
nominee of the I'nion Labor party for
(iovernor ot MiwHiuri, has went a letter i
to till- Kxeeutive Committee oi that
party, declining make tlie race. The
committee in now in hewion ciimdderinn J
what i* to he dime under tin? cirenmHlaneen.
It i* freely <-laiiu?'?l that Mr.
lilake'tt withdrawal mean* coalition he- '
tweeii the I'liioii Labor and Republican
parties in the State.
A w .11 iii.r orilrr.
WAtnnsoToN, I'. (let, :10. -The
Navy Department h:w been leqiiuftted ,
by the Secretary of State t" wtnl a man*
of-war to llavti to look aft> r American
intrreM* there. which annear to have
bwn jeopardized l?v tin'm-unrc of tho
Aiiirrintn htraim r ilavtian Krpuhlir nt
m. Man- iiii?I otlior ?listiirliin^ cvriitn at
l?ort Au I'rinco.
A llfi'lilcd
Si. 1.0ns, o<i. :>i?. A Hpfcinl to (lit*
from Kaunas City nay*: A
M'lirtutiou was in tic ?-tiiiiimil
court room thin morning l?y tin* mm idr
.lark l-'lrminj:, a deputy marshal,ulio
drew a revolver and l*l?*w liix lirniiiH out
while Hirt wan in WM-nioii. Nocatuu' it*
A ('( Irlilillt'll Mill I?i?iiiIs"mI.
N i;w Y011K, Oi't. UO. Th? ?we ot tfon.
Adam lladeau againM. tlio widow of
1.. 11 I' S. <ir:int. for jliMHH) for allt'W'd |
M'rvii't'H on "(iratit'H iiu'iuoim" IihmImtii I
ilihcniiiiiiut 'l on n.iiH.'iil o( both piirtii'H. |
A nialMiroliiK I l*?rU .\rrr?lr?l.
U?i< k Ihi.anp, Ii.i.., ??ct. :;i>. Kirlinnl;
.1.1, ^
M,in<l nrhriial, Iiiih Im i ii aTn-Mol i.trr'ii|m
//.Iiii>? yovrriimi'iit fmnln. TIhmiiiioiihi
< ( ins .Iiscp'I'iiih'H'h i* not known.
Ill* Nmiiii- Urn Willi Him.
W \HIIIN<* l"N. I?. < . ??'t. I llliljl
lliumu-u Kooli Khun, tin' IVthihii Miiiihti?r.
Iiinl a Hpi'i-iiil mulii'iiiv with Ihc
I'l. -i.lent thin iiiorniiiK. Tlio Soori'lary i
1 n( MUlto WKH j'tm nl.
Kiln Hands, Dippers, Etc., E
ing More than in 1882.
Coin rail Id ml by Fuel# ? Fljj
Taken from Pay Hull* and Swi
to?Lam Liverpool Pollers
Happy Clans of Workmen.
S/xrinl Corrrtponilrnct of thf Inlrltlgrnrrr.
Kant Livkki'ool, 0., Oct. 30.?h
incuts have been raado by Dcinoi
pupcra in Kiust Liverpool, ami ct
largely by the Democratic press o
country, to the effect that East I.
|>ool potters have ho oppressed
employes until now they arc no l>
than "serfs." They assert that the
was largely increased in IHS'.i, and
wages were materially decreased,
more than half of their workmen
receive less than $1 50 per day.
It is not necessary to mate deni
this for the benefit of Kast Liver]
where the untruthfulness of such s
ments is well known, and where t
in not a man employed nt even
roughest, common out-door labor,
docs not receive $160 per day;bu
nrevent lioiifst workmen cIhcw
from being deceived, wo append a
facta. There was no material incrcat
duty in 1883, and tho Helling pric
goods has continually declined, and
average earnings of the employes
shown by the following statements:
Comparison of wages paid to
hands and dippers at the work}
Knowles, Taylor & Knowles, 1
Liverpool, Ohio, in the years 18S2
1888, at their factories Nos. 1 and
better known as old aud now ends:
Date*. Wi
April S?IT Hnnilx - St.lApril
~?I* Hands 1,H
M?y I?4*? llnmli - .1.1.
May -At? is Jluii-U . 1.1
J mih* 8?-W llnlliln, W7 17...
June 15?17 llnii<l? I.K
i jiti}*, average of 238 Haml* .|.?.w
vMiort i?uy?thruu n nut i-tuuMtru-t not
forming toe<irrt?j?o!i'lniy y"J" I"
I'AtP*. Wd
A|*ril 14?45 Hatnl*-.-. JI..U.
April W-tt 11 ami* .. I. ;.
May l.'-ll l!an<!*
M i) I" lliilut*.
Juiicv?! '? I lauds, l.trji ui ....
lune'^t?i; llau<U i.:u
'?l*y?. nvcrnav o( ;i*> Itaoto
- lIltxWtlulltuU-MIUllltC n* not i
(onuiiij: tocurrvtpotidlug i?) ol Jvi
I'nMlortlic Mtiuc tvurk. at tlio Mine dale
Itvit, over 1MJ, the iliir?.-n-u<v between
A n J ...?
<ir g in,
which Ik iicnrly 17 pcrccut.
Tlio average rate of wageu to tli
employed ajjubovein 18H.S, is nsccrtaii
by taking the total average nuuilici
luindti employed, or '?lb, anddividin
Illtu HIV- IUUII illliUUIll 1'illll, OrC>,IM_
which niv?*? tliu average of each ha
per "pay" of two week*, of $2!? .">7. 'j
iiveriige for 1882 in awertatned in
same manner, and consequently 2."?:
divided into $T>,W2 .V2, which jjfvcM
average of each hand per pay, of?i!."
which leaves a balance received, aaav
up- for each liand employed in I.v
uver 1882, per pay, of jv? 05; or, tog
the percentage: the average jinioiint
vvam'8 jtuni in i\vi over that paul
1 Ss>-, i? a little more lliau L*;U per ct
K>tiinate made from the pay roll
Pottery No. 1, or old eml:
I >M t *>. Wll
April 8?32 lliitul* 8
April '.-?X llniidf.. l.tn
suy t?35 timet* mi
m?y 2u-ih 11 it ti. i- 'a
'June :i? ai-'.Tn
June 1^?31 llmiils N*
,\vernice lf?' haml? furftjwy*
nhort piiy?thrown out of estimate hi not i
muni* iimimn |'.i? HI '
\vu\ U-40 ..... *1.1?
\|>nl >-l.' llnt.'N .. I..'I
Muy U- 4- Ilaiiil* ? l.j'i
WHV '.S? 1J limxl- I...
I line it? I.' lliiiidn 1,11
WiTllKC ~.*U9.UHTIIIS IifT > |IU>? fl'.V*
"Full ! ?>'?tlirowu out of Miinnton* not i
'urmlnK <" jmy lu*lv.'.
Amount iti ilollars ami cento, pai?
Pottery No. 1, to clay workers in 1*
aver tilts name period in ISS'J,
,ir thirty jut cent. Average amount
vv?j*oh earned l?y clay workers, as tal
from the above estimate, per hand,
imy of two weeks: 188$, $21131: 1?
?L\s :w.
A vernp', per hand, per pay of t
weeks, paid clay worker* in isss o
iniioiint paid in iss:*, <i."> cents; or p
llie percentage, the average uniotitil
wage# paid to elay workers in ISss ?
those paid in 1882,:(J percent; ami
this average is included hoys ni sixtt
years and over, with the men, the hit
inore, the former less than the avera
mid the average hours <?f labor in
potteries is no greater in the pottei
now than then.
Static of Ohio, )
Com'miiiana County, > s"
John N. Taylor, being lirst duly svv
itccordiiiK to law, doth depose and f>
that lie is now ami was duriujj tlx- v
1881!, and for ten years previous then
it niumbvr of the (irin, and during t
entire period was the Cashier of Km
leu, Taylor Knowles; had full cha
id the "pay roll, and the payment of
whose names were entered thereon ; I
liii- fon'KOinj: statement i>i tut- mini
n( hands, ninl tlm amount in wage*
reived l?v uiU'li is just and true to
hest of his knowledge ami liclirf.
John N. Tati.oi
Sworn to mul fitilwerihed before nn
Notary I'uhlie in and for tin- County
L'oluinhiann ami State of Ohio, this
iltiy of October, A. I)., ISSN.
U.K. iiin,
[Notarial Seal] Notary l'ublit
Statk op Ohio, t
Cot i MM AN\ CtUrSTY,
lllilrr l>. Moore, bcin>jlirst dlllvsw
according to law, doth depose ami t
that hi1 is now, ami for more than
yearnIiiim been, tlio Cashier of the li
of Kinmles, Taylor ?V Knmvles; had
charge of the pay roll and thepayiu
nf all whom* tinmen were entered t In
on. that the fore^oiii}; statement of
Wil^rrt r?'ffiv?m| hy nirll is jlist au<l I
In tIk* bent of In* knowInlp* nn<l I
I'i urn IV Moon
Sworn to iiii<l mil?h?t11?? ? 1 hrfori* in
Notary 1'ulilit* in an<l for tlio Count;
('oliitnliiaiui tin*I siiiic of Ohio, tins
tiny of OeloWr, A. l?. l*v\
II. K. IIii I ,
[ Notarial Scnl.] Notary l'uhli
TIiiti1 m'vor wna n time at w liirli c
hucIi HHiiri' nianiifiut iir*'<l at Kimt l.i
inki| w??ro ih?1?I at ho low n 1'iifo iw ii
SothwilliHUiiiitinu lli"4. !>' uvr
rurniiiK jmuvi i ?>f flu* ? nn'loy? *
lii-cn inaintaiiml. Mnl, hIioiiM
| Mill* ImIMmm oIiii" ii lllw, II vitv m'
I rctlm lion in tin1 jirici'H p?i?l to labor
| be the inevitable result, 08 the folio*
ing will show:
1'rvtcnt Law:
? Da*!*?Ware fl,000.<
arn- Duty, to per cent - M0.(
JO |>ack?Kca - 70.(
Mill* 1)111:
liftnU-Ware...^...^. I1,000,C
IDS ,J" l*ck*K*? 70.ll
Duty, 35 per cent ou 11,070.00.. 571.6
;urcn Reduction by Mill* mil:-1175.50,
Print*. Gold Waud, Luttre lUtid nud Sprig, am
a all ollient?
Prcnent Law:
Hu.U-Warc -..81,000.0
Duty, t'? |?er nut~~~ coo.u
lo |tackagc* ,, :r?.u
Hate- JII1U 1)111:
Bn*l?-Ware ? ?.fl.ooo.o*
roue io iiarkaKo awx
jpied Duty, :?5 percent on 81,035.00 302.2.'
f the 8i,:pj7.i'
ivcr- Kcduc,lon M,,,< BUI?82*7.75.
' . It may bo f>t#ed that the duty on
lueir croekorv in lint HuMiiiont tn mnlrn nti fn?
etter the ditierence between tho amounts paid
tariff f"?" wages hero and in the Staffordshire
that Poltttries in lCngland. Ah is clearly
.. shown hy the report oi the Tariff Coin*
imi" mission, tlie wages are 120 per cent
now greater here than fliero. Wero the
wages even, there would he'no necessity
ill of f"r protective duties; consequently,
l>o?i, The consiuncr does not pay this duty,
tute- uhih Khowti hy the following ligures:
here in 180J, a given quantity of iron stone
ti.u china cost $210 75; in 1872, $143 03; in
1875,$121)01; in 1877, $110 10; in 1882.
l,,m $57 :J0, or a hare fraetion more than half
it, to what it sold for five years previous; and
here now, six years later, in 1888, the identcally
same goods sell for $-10 :W. To show
. the very great reduction in the price ol
ie m ft may jK. stated, and any one can
e of figure it out for Jiiiu8elf, that in former
the years goods were higher than now, as
1*7.' .. WW |KT Cfnl
; - \y> |K?r rent
kiln < ?r take a tea set, for example, that
, 0f w?hi in i.vh kir in ins:-, iorsi.31,
, now Bells for $1.84.
';,SI Consequently, as these figures prove,
and under a protective tariff, goods which
1 -j, can he and are manufactured iu America,
are sold at lower prices than ever in
the history of the country, and at the
w-n. name time, the price of labor is substan >
tially maintained.
i'l !! !' *or prosperity and intelligence,
10 cj the workmen employed in the Kust Liv
erpool potteries are not excelled by
"those of any mnnufacturlng town unywhere.
About one-half own their own
con- homes, while quite a number have
property to rent, and show other substantial
evidences of pros|>erity.
,i The following statement s'hows the
si ?? ac tual state of atl'airs at the potteries of
j { Knowles, Tayior tV Knowles, where the
percentage is shown to be 48j per
?*??' cent:?
,77i Departmout. No. on Pay Roll. No. living In
.7,.,,. own lioiuc.
K iliiMitnl SitRKi'M 71 .V?
? I,. ' lay worker* 1 li? m
filial WHrt'llOllMJ 4'J 111
lliMpio uimliomc -I-' 11
M iK't'lUiicou* a? l?
U j,( lHrorutilii; Si) 32
08t* This lint comprises oulv those who re[icu
ceivc their pay direetlv from the oflire,
of and does not include helpers in any tie
it partmcnt, and wo presume with those
71, added it would iu?t ull'ect the result,
u.l. The facta and statement piven above
ju- will apply t<?, and can he hi Instantiated
tin- l?v iili other factories in the same Hue of
s in business.
thf Another fart:?To the skill, sobriety,
!>-, frugality and economy of these cm i
i- itloyes," may be added that they are
i,SS, rnotKCTioMhTs?almost, if not altoive
get her, to a man, and know that the
in continuance of the rate of wages they
in are now receiving is absolutely dependht.
ent upon a continuance of the present
protective system.
| (,f Thi> I'ano'll ln\i-vllgiitlnu
I.ondon, Oct .'50.?The I'arnell Comn.ission
re-assembled to-day. Attorney
Jjc'j 'ieneral Webster asked the court to eni
" force its order giving the Timet1 counsel
i?t permission to inspect the books of the
- league in the keeping of the Hibernian,
National ami Munster hanks.
> '* Sir Walter 1'hillimore, counsel for the
ii-u- 11 iberiiiau bank, contended that the
Commission had no power to compel the
production of the books,
i ;n Presiding Justice llnnncn said lie
!' '! would not discuss the question. If the
'I!;" | hanks, under color of protesting the
privac y of their clients, obstructed the
* >' orders i*f the court the court would be
-~JS constrained to put its powers in force.
' Sir. ('Italics Itussell, counsel for the
I'ariicllites, intimated that his clients
. bad not tin* slightest objection to the
s" proiluction of the books.
The court then heard forinul evidence
' | I'luving correctness of the short hand
. '' notes <.f the speeches from which the
' Attorney (icm-ral quoted in his presentajj.',
' tiun ?if the Timtt ease last week.
A HwiliWRvtW Mrtnlaur,
i r.Mtis, Oct.:U).?Tlie religious marriage
jV(. of (M-n. Honlanuer'n daughter and Capt.
: in I'riaut took place in the church of St.
v!'r I'ierro to-day. Many military ollicers
''J laud l'otinpartist members of the (-ham*
I... l er Oi Iputies were present. A throng
'd people ont.-ide the church cheered
ihe '' *eueral lloiilauger when he appeared.
The Cabinet held a council at the
palace < I the lllysee to-day,at which the
Wcpidt tit presided. The income tax i
A 1'r.nnl Si'itlwiicotl.
or?' IWiuwsr, Dei. no.?Dr. Sinythe, ani.lv,
ot her of the persona connected with the
car j conspiracy to defraud the Kquitahle
I.ift* Insurance t' mipanv of New York,
h"1 Iiiim hccn convicted. I i?* was sentenced
>w' lo hix iiuiiillis imprisonment, hut the
execution of liis sentence wjwpostponed.
nil ,
hat ! I'lticky Nitliillf.
i i.oNiniN", Oct. :>0.- -IJticcn Natalie has
the nt a ^urma' |?>'"ti,Ht npiinst tliu diI
vorce granted t?? King Milan hv the
t. | Metropolitan of HeTgrnde to the lireek
>*. a (irthodox Synod of Bucharest ami
"I Alliens tutliu llolv Synod of St IVtersp.M
j hurn.
Allrci'il llyiiiitiillrr* IM?i'lnok?-(I.
j Ciiu-auo, Oct. !I0.?Justice Hamburger
this morning d inch uracil tin* alleged
dynamite conspirators, Kazchcrg.Tiiotupson,
Nicholson and Magee, who tvcre
...I Willi lilm-illi* 1V-1 i;l II i III. 1,11 ilia*
"r" ' Mreet e.ir trai ki during tin* Htrikt*. The
Justice held th:il tin* evidence did i"?>l \
!,vr j warrant liim in holding tin- men. The
'rlJ! riiMu f??r MtiHiiiriiig to :ujiir?* the proper- j
ty of the road wan resumed.
. in
' l'" i .\ lli'iiirnulo'* l.i??t >?|?rrr.
I (iAiNKMVii.i.K,Tkxah, Oct.IUi.- At Ard!ii!'
more. I. T., last night, P. I.. Wood, a
lid. j?rofew?i?>nal gambler. got drunk ami t?T-;
c. i rorired (lie town with Inn revolver. '''hi?|
i?, a morning he ?a? found on the Santa I c
v < ( nu I mat I traek fatally mangled. H
jj,| evidently fallen there in a drunken
AMdlllliK i:?iri?iUllMM?
; Toihint.i, O.VT., iM. M. I*?ul? llelm
in .4 I . i : ,i... 1
V|.r. Sl.umkvr, llir almfunuiiiK'i ... ?..?
iow. CIiIciijjo .v Norlliwintcrn Kailwnj <
r;iiM' icinv, at Simix t'ltv. lows..
|,an I-.-i.ii. u polio* mn.ci!.lial?< to ?lav n"?l
Hi,, uianilt'.l to ?li" nHinly jinlp-? o.urt,
v.-n- wlu-ri" In' will !?* ItoukuI up lor ?*.\tniw
ill1 ?lition to?iiiorro\v.
X He Makes His Usual Strong
- Points in Favor of Protection.
0 "
Shown Up KflW'tunlly?How thePrc>.
cnt Argument u fur Labor?Ait
Kilitnrinl with n Very Miff til (U
a cum Tone ?Other* New*.
j ?
" Ai.iiany, N. Y., Oct. 30.?Since tlio
_...I fn..i. . it . j
^ uiiu jjiit IUO i.imjmijjii,
i neither this old Knickerbocker town,
; nor the surrounding country Ride hrs
> known such a demonstration as was to lay
furnished by the Republicans of AU
1 banv and Troy. Farmer folks in vehicles,
new full many years ago, began
coming down out of the Hilderberg
mountains this forenoon. Chartered
craft brought people from up aud down
the river. The trains on the four railways
broujrht excursions. The weather
was favorable, the air clear and
crisp. The orator, JamesG. Blame, bad
been announced to *peak at the fair
grounds, and there the country folk and
city |MJOplc repaired at early hours.
Great enthusiasm greeted Mr. Ulaine
and his party as they drove up on the
(XX) pi'ihotiB were gathered.
Mr. Blaine, though he said he wan not
at hit) best, physically, Hpoke clearly and
strong. Mr. Martin L. Townseml, of
Troy, presided, and introduced Mr.
Blame. Mr. Blaiue while speakingsaid:
Fkllow Citizknh:?But for my great
desire to visit this part of New York to*
day, I would have sent a telegram exeusing
myself, for I am not quite lit to
he here, especially not lit to address
ho vast an audience as this. But I could
not deny myself the pleasure of coming
here, if only for the purpose of making
my excuse in person and in addition to
that, of exchanging congratulations with
this vast audience of Kepublicans on
the prospects of the Kepuhlicau party
throughout the Union, and to remind it
that if there he n responsibility
rests with you, and if the Kemihliean
voters come to the polls on Tuesday
next, rain or shine, good roads or muddy
roads, good weather or bad weather,
Benjamin Harrison and Levi P. Morton
will lie the next President and Vice
President. [Cheers.] It is almost too
late for argument, but.I wish in the moment
or two that 1 shall stand before
you to give you one, and to give it in a
very suggestive mode, not from myself
but from another; not from an American
but from an Kiiglishn.au. If it was
lawful in the days oMhc Unmans to
learn from an enemy, it ftTcCnOndy lawI
fu\ in these modern times to
learn from a comuicrical ri
vai. ] iiohl in iny hand n
clipping from a recent issue of the I.ontloii
Morning J'int, a well known and
prominent organ in England, the organ
of the late Lord I'ahnertson, an influential
paper, advocating hitherto, as all
English papers do, the doctrine of Free
Trade. The Putt is getting a little fatigued
with certain arguments of the free
traders. It docs not believe in all that
it is said against the doctrine of Protection,
and I am sure J can instruct you
no more pleasantly than to ask my friend
from Brooklyn, Mr. Teiinv. to read from
an editorial which 1 shall* nam! to him
r<i... ii ii...,
.Mr. Tcnny read jih follows:
"Hut for tht* serious consequences entailed
upon our working classes, who
feel every day more and uiore tin* pinch
of foreign competition, it would bv decidedly
amusing to note how completely
every ore of the principles assumed
liy the one sided Free Trade school in
thin country is negatived by facts ami
falsified by the experience of common
s**nse business men. We are constantly
told that Protection raises the prices of
commodities; that a hostile tariff, an Mr.
John Bright said hut a few days back in
a published letter to one of Ins eorreapoudeuts,
is only a tax which the
on tmiiiil v nnv>i" ( > Riimmrt tln> nnr
ticular industry benefitted l?y it.
As n matter of fact, what do we find in
America? Why, their manufacturers
can actually tout us out of tlie Held on
the score of mere cheapness. So far
from Protection enhancing the cost of
their goods they can turn them out at a
rate with which, we with all our free
trade cannot manage to compete. The
Yale lock-makers can afford to pay the
carriage of their goods to Knglnnd
ami yet undersell the Wolverhampton
'masters in the very heart
of the lock trade, just as the llelginns can
quote lower rates for angle-iron delivered
in Derby than the local iron masters
of tlie midlands. The Philadelphia engine
milkers can turn out as serviceable
a locomotive as any English firm and
ship it all the way to New Zealand for
<500 pounds less than the Knglhh tenders.
In south Kussia the agricultural produce
is said to be passing entirely into the
hands of American exporters in spite of
IMIgilHl nun Viurillllll i;?iiii|rviuwin,
though the lnttor are nearest J?y :{,()(*)
miles to the local market.*. With tho
exception of clothing, which is because
labor is bi^tily paid and net because the
duty on st titTs in so heavy, there is not
a single manufactured article, produced
in the United States, from carpets to
eotton, from locomotive engines to steel
axes, from agricultural implements to
cutlery and 'Yankee notions,' a* many
little domestic Appliances are called,
which is not as cheap, or even cheaper
there than in thin country.'*
.Mr. Tennv having finished the readinj?
of the editorial from the I'ort, Mr.
Blaine resumed:
That is a most effectual contradiction
to the story during the whole campaign
that the people of the I'nitud States are
ground down by high prices. It is not
so, and at last we get an l'.nglish witness
to admit it. Ami 1 say here there is not
one article in the I'nited States that is
not cheaper than it was before Protection
was applied to it. Not one, not
one. And the argument that is now
closing between Protection and
Free Trade is the argument
which 1 took )iicnMiire in wivmj: hi the
HrM speech 1 umdt* in the caiupn gn, in
not for capital, it in (or lnl>or. It i* not
for one rich man, it in for tin- w?i>;eearner
anil if it is lost. it is lout to tlu?
hurt <?f every man in the I'mteii State*
who earn* Ins hie;ul by the Hwcat of hit
face. [Applause.] We an* not coinj: to
have tlii' lbitish Minister in Washington
tell us how to vote. W e will not
take instruction* from the Court of St.
i.iiii. v ih i.i li'?w we shall vote on I'io
taction in Aniorion."
Tilt* I'lTlvi'lKIII
of tin' ago in tho liu'ilical lino is tho
lii|iii<i fruit romody, Svrnp of Fie*. namtifat'tiircl
only bv tin- California lig
Svrup Compntiy, Sin Francisco, California.
It in ngroonblo to tlie taste, ncvoptnblo
t<> tin* Mntnach, harmless in it** until
ro, pninlt'M yet prompt uiul thorough
in it* action. Sold on I v by Logan A Co.,
Anton I'. IIi'mh, K. II. Hurt, mid t". MenkouioUer.
At Nolhuro by M. N. Motvot.
Oh! w inn it t-'l?*)?|??*r.
Kdw I,. Itiiw A Co, haw tl??p|??*?l olT
tin-high price charged forSi wing Maeliincs,
nnd adopted an ontire now svhtfin
ot selling, No canvassers ? mployed.
Tin* agent's commission given to tho
i customer. lo ad advertisement on tho
jollier nido "How you van save frotu
I ?l'? to

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